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wrighty: Will be archiving most of my caches soon in this area of the Cotswolds for various reasons.Walked the tour today and collected all the containers starting with this one.


The Cotswold Lions Tour.

A cache by wrighty Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/15/2008
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Geocache Description:

A circular walk of about seven miles with eight caches,the five Cotswold lions caches contain the co-ords and the hint for this cache,also on the route are caches GC15THJ and GC15F4N.

The above co-ords are for the parking in Cold Aston in the lane opposite Hathaway house.

The walk.

From the parking head south down the lane,stay on the lane past Bangup barn and onto a track,stay on this track all the way to Turkdean.
When you reach the road in Turkdean go right and then left just before the bus stop,by the farm go through the right hand gate and stay on this track to you reach a gate signed No vehicle access,go through this gate and follow the path up to Downs barn,go past the barn and then left.
Follow the path with the hedge on your left and then go right on a well defined path across the field,at the crossroads of paths go right again and follow the footpath signs all the way to the road.
At the road go left and then right into Notgrove,in Notgrove go down the lane signed Manor farm,Glebe house and the church,just before the church go left on the Gloucestershire way and up to the gate in the top right corner,right through the gate and then left and walk the path lined with beech trees all the way to the road,at the road turn right and back into Cold Aston.

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